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Bøker Bok 110 av 88The inflexible, and, if we may use the expression, the intolerant zeal of the Christians,...
" The inflexible, and, if we may use the expression, the intolerant zeal of the Christians, derived, it is true, from the Jewish religion, but purified from the narrow and unsocial spirit which, instead of inviting, had deterred the Gentiles from embracing... "
The Freethinker's Magazine and Review of Theology, Politics, and Literature - Side 18
1851
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire, Volum 2

Edward Gibbon - 1787
...: 1. The, inflexible , and , if we may ufe the expreffion , the intolerant zeal of the Chriftians, derived, it is true, from the Jewish religion, but purified from the narrow and unfocial fpifit , which , inftead of inviting , had deterred the Gentiles from embracing the law of...
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Prospect: Or, View of the Moral World, Volum 1

Elihu Palmer - 1803
...the five following causes. I. The inflexible, and, if we may use the expression, the intolerent z«al of the Christians, derived it is true, from the Jewish religion, but purefied from the narrow and unsocial spirit, which instead of inviting, had deterred the gentiles...
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, Volum 2

Edward Gibbon - 1810
...that it was most effectually favoured and assisted by the five following causes : I. The inflexible, and, if we may use the expression, the intolerant...Jewish religion, but purified from the narrow and unsorial spirit, which, instead of inviting, had deterred the Gentiles from embracing the law of Moses....
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Two Apologies: One for Christianity in a Series of Letters Addressed to ...

Richard Watson - 1820 - 470 sider
...principles than those you have thought proper to mention. Your first cause is, " the inflexible, and, if you may use the expression, the intolerant zeal of the...deterred the Gentiles from embracing the law of Moses." — Yes, Sir, we are agreed that the zeal of the Christians was inflexible ; neither death, nor life,...
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Asiatic Journal, Volum 9

1820
...Christians, derived from the mental obedience inculcated by the Jewish religion, but purified from the unsocial spirit which, instead of inviting, had deterred the Gentiles from embracing the law of Moses. 2. The doctrine of a future life, improved by every circumstance which could give weight and efficacy...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volum 9

1820
...Christians, derived from the mental obedience inculcated by the Jewish religion, but purified from the unsocial spirit which, instead of inviting, had deterred the Gentiles from embracing the law of Moses. 2. The doctrine of a future life, improved by every circumstance which could give weight and efficacy...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volum 2

Edward Gibbon - 1820
...christians, derived, it is true, from the Jewish religion, but purified from the narrow and unso cial spirit, which, instead of inviting, had deterred the gentiles from embracing the law ot Moses, n. The doctrine of a future life, im proved by every additional circumstance which could...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volum 6

1823
...ascribes these ef-Thecanfects are, I. The inflexible and intolerant zeal of the*>. Christians ; derived from the Jewish religion, but purified from the narrow and unsocial spirit which, instead of inviting, deterred the Gentiles from embracing the law of Moses. 2. The doctrine of a future life, improved by...
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The difficulties of infidelity

George Stanley Faber - 1824
...by him as sufficient to account for such a circumstance, are the following : 1 . the inflexible and intolerant zeal of the Christians, derived, it is...deterred the Gentiles from embracing the Law of Moses ; 2. the doctrine of a future life, improved by every additional circumstance which could give weight...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volum 2

Edward Gibbon - 1827
...that it was most effectually favoured and assisted by the five following causes : I. The inflexible, and, if we may use the expression, the intolerant zeal of the ehristians, derived, it is true, from the jewish religion, but purified from the narrow and unsocial...
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